[-empyre-] On Making (Critical) Decisions from Romania to China to Latin America to the US

Timothy Conway Murray tcm1 at cornell.edu
Wed Apr 16 11:30:54 EST 2014

Hi, Victoria,

Thanks for your suggestion critical gaming making would benefit from the
incorporation of "sluggish cognitive tempo."  I'm wondering if you could
say a little bit more about this term?  Could sluggish cognitive tempo
also be indicative of the patience workings and makings of alternative
hackings who labor with the underwear of devices both in order to
understand them and then to reactivate them, often in contradiction of the
initial use or social purpose.  Others might also have thoughts about this
-- eerily representative as well of Marcus's accounts of Brazilian making


Timothy Murray
Professor of Comparative Literature and English
Director, Society for the Humanities
Curator, Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media
A D White House
Cornell University,
Ithaca, New York 14853

On 4/14/14 1:10 PM, "Victoria Szabo" <vszabo at gmail.com> wrote:

>"sluggish cognitive tempo"

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